…and $30. For help sending samples or answering questions—about these or any other pests associated with blueberries—contact your county Extension office….
…at could entice a chase.”
For more information about Alabama’s black bear, visit www.aces.edu or contact your county Extension forestry, wildlife and natural resources agent. Outdoor Alabama is also a great online res…
…gs cannot exceed total 2018 plantings.
Click to view the USDA press release announcing trade aid.
Contact the Farm and Agribusiness Management team for more information, or for assistance when registering for the 2019…
… and scouting can be found on the Alabama Vegetable IPM page of the Alabama Extension website. For further information, contact your county Extension commercial horticulture agent. To receive timely pest alerts, subscribe to the Alabama IPM…
…is method works.
For more information about watermelons or other summer crops, visit www.aces.edu or contact you county Extension office….
…erative Extension System or its partners is implied.
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…ugust 13, 15, 20 and 22 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Location: Chilton County Regional Research and Extension Center, Clanton
Contact: Josh Elmore, Extension regional animal science agent, at Elmorjb@aces.edu or 205-646-3610.
Learn more and re…
For more information on these viruses or other gardening topics, visit Alabama Extension online, or contact your county Extension home grounds agent….
… Learn about forests and woodland management in a relaxed, fun setting that is right for you.
For more information contact:
Dr. Becky Barlow
The Alabama Extension ForestHER wor…
For more information, contact Kelly Palmer.
Phone: (251) 654-7149
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…ainer in the trash.
For more information on safe and proper use of pesticides, visit www.aces.edu or contact your county Extension office….
…is designed to assist clients in managing Alabama’s natural resources. Management may involve programs and one-on-one contacts to improve wildlife habitat or to minimize or eliminate damage caused by wildlife. Enhancement programs cover t…
…esources dealing with lawn and garden topics. To find these resources, visit the Lawn and Garden page of the website or contact your county Extension home grounds, gardens and home pests agent….
…ns in some individuals. If this method is used, food should be dried outdoors for safety reasons. For more information, contact your county Extension office.
Fruits are high in acid and sugars. This makes it saf…
…er should be readily available. The compost pile should not be located against wooden buildings or trees, since wood in contact with compost may decay. If you notice strong odors from your compost pile, you probably need to turn it. Odors a…